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good morning, america. and breaking right now, a massive explosion. a stunning and deadly attack in pakistan. a suicide bomber rams a car filled with explosives into a u.s. government vehicle. leaving a giant crater. more than 20 people wounded in the blast. americans among the victims. also breaking, stung new allegations about tom cruise. the bombshell claims by "vanity fair" about his search for a wife before he married katie holmes. was scientology auditioning actresses? and watch out. a monster truck right into the
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crowd of spectatorspectators. everyone's okay. how did the driver lose control? and rescue me. russell crowe stranded at sea. marooned and yelling to the coast guard for help. inside his high seas adventure. you don look like george. >> yeah, i know. please do not adjust your set. things have changed today a little bit. good morning, america. george is off today, rob season in mississippi right now with her family after her mother passed away on friday. as you know, we don't need to say it. all of us here are team robin. >> so many of you have been sending wonderful messages. we know you're team robin. she prishts your prayers and love. >> if you want to see them all
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together, it's #teamrobin. hundreds of thousands are still without power in the storm done. many of you will be relaxing and hitting the beach. major red flag at some of the most popular swimming locations in the country. sharks a wee bit too close the shore. >> some actually on sheer. first this morning, let's get to ron claiborne in for josh elliott. many developing stories. >> good morning to you, sam and lara and everyone. the breaking news. a rare take this morning outside the u.s. consulate in peshawar pakistan. abc's muhammad lila is in the region. >> reporter: as you say, a very deadly day in this region. the u.s. state department is confirming that two americans were hurt when a suicide bomber
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struck and american suv that just left the american consulate in the city of peshawar. that blast killed five people and injured 19. the blast to powerful, it ripped a giant crater right into the middle of the hole. it left this suv a charred, burned out heap of twisted, mangled metal. ron? >> muhammad lila, thank you for the report. a wildfire exploding in size in california's angeles national forest. an estimated 12,000 visitors had be be evacuated. and in oregon, cameras were rolling as the driver of a monster truck lost control in this race. the vehicle plowed into the crowd of spectators sitting along the sidelines. three people were injured, including a father and his 11-year-old son. they're all okay. the driver will not be charged.
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new insight as to why the navy s.e.a.l. is writing about the taking of osama bin laden. a new ebook claims the author of "no easy day wts was upset about being pushed out of s.e.a.l. team six. the reverend sun myung moon has died. he turned his church into a religious movement. best known for holding mass weddings of his followers. he turned the church into a business empire that included "the washington times" newspaper. he was 92. history made this morning at the u.s. open. thanks to a rain delay, it took until 2:26 this morning for philipp kohlschreiber to defeat
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american john isner. that ties the record for the latest match ever. and oscar pistorius is apologizing after a stunning loss in the paralympics in england. after the race, he accused the brazilian of wearing blades too long. he believes he cheated, he apologized for the timing of his criticism. he said he should have let the winner have his moment. finally, "gladiator" star russell crowe apparently needed help from the coast guard this weekend. he and a friend were in a kayak off the coast of long island this weekend. night fall came, they became disoriented. they hailed a passing coast guard boat and were taken to a nearby harbor.
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he denies he had to be rescued. he's in new york filming "noah" based on a biblical story. he was a captain of a ship in "master and commander." >> i'm sure he was not happy about having to be rescued. >> when the coast guard comes to get you, officially a rescue. >> bad news, russell. we move to the race for the white house. the democratic national convention kicks off tomorrow. things off to a shaky start with two allegedly drunken delegates. it's "your voice, your vote." cecilia vega joins us. >> reporter: the party has not started here. the california delegation, they may be nursing a bit of a hangover this morning. two california delegates partied into the wee hours of sunday morning. in the lobby of their charlotte
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hotel, one was so drunk he apparently passed out and was taken to the hospital. the other, alleged by belligerent with the staff. he falsely told police he was a congressman. it was witnessed by a "los angeles times" reporter. >> he was very belidge represent. he began slurring words. they called the police. they asked him for identification. he refused. >> reporter: california democratic party officials asked the man to leave the convention. today, he's out. the other, released from the hospital and allowed to stay. a spokesman for the delegation says, the delegate has apologized to the hotel staff and agreed to leave the hotel. tomorrow, the real party begins. all week, democrats will roll out some of the biggest names in politics and hollywood. michelle obama, bill clinton, the president himself, to superstars like mary j. blige,
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eva longoria. >> we're not divided. >> reporter: the president's top strategists making the rounds of sunday's talk shows. >> their campaign is built on a tripod of lies. a welfare take that is untrue. the suggestion that we're raiding medicare, absolutely untrue. >> reporter: as the democrats r56r7 up for their prime time moment, many are bashing last week's convention. >> he said it was a mistake to end the war in iraq and bring our warriors home. >> reporter: and it's chatter over one of the most memorable moments of the convention goes on the. that conversation between clint eastwood and the empty chair representing president obama with the president saying yesterday, he's still a huge clint eastwood fan. >> it's been dubbed the clipt moment. thank you, cecilia vega.
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for more, we go to jake tapper in washington. good morning, jake. >> reporter: good morning, lara, how are you? >> good. i want to start with the incident with the two allegedly drunken delegates. not the way the obama campaign would want to start this week. is it a big deal? >> it's not. we think of conventions as ways for politicians and parties to present their case to the american people. for thousands of delegates, these are conventions like any other. that means a lot of men behaving badly. >> so you say present their case. what are the top three things you think need to happen this week for obama? >> first, he has to rally the base. easier to do when you're a candidate than when you're an incumbent. he has to get the voters he f d needs to turn out excited for him. young people, latinos, labor. he needs to make an economic case to the ambivalent obama
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voters at home. what will the next four years look like. why would the economy be better the next four years than the past four years? and the last thing is make people feel proud about having voted for him in 2008. even liberals say one of the most devastating lines of romney is what kind of presidency has the obama campaign had if the best feeling you had was the day you voted for him? >> on wednesday, bill clinton is the main speaker. at a time, there was bad blood between the two. is that all behind them now? >> it's mostly behind them. there's some tension between presidents from the same party. bill clinton and jimmy carter didn't get along. obama needs clinton. he needs him to make the case. there's nothing a guy like clinton likes better than feeling needed. he'll be there wednesday. >> front and center, the
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attention spot light on him. thanks, jake. george and diane will lead the prime time coverage on the national convention, starting tomorrow night, 10:00 p.m. eastern on abc. sam? >> the weather forecast looks quiet for the democrats. switching gears to the latest on isaac's fallout. the extreme team was out in force nine days running. so many are facing a threat of flooding from isaac as it continues to move inland. unbelievable the pictures we're seeing from this area. our ryan owens joins us from new orleans. good morning, ryan. >> reporter: sam, good morning to you. it's been anything but a relaxing holiday weekend for the people here. the good news is almost all of the rivers and lakes are slowly rece receding. the one is the pearl river. these are some of the homes still in danger of flooding this morning. they sit along the pearl river
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in st. tammany parish. it's supposed to crest later today. shannon is working to clean up the mess isaac left last week. she's drying out family photos and hoping she'll not have to evacuate her 4-year-old daughter again. are you worried the water will come back up again? >> it might. i can't worry. there's nothing i can do about it. if we're told to leave, we will and deal with it. >> reporter: there are so many people here just trying to deal with it. hundreds of houses have had no electricity, no air conditioning, for six days. >> i can't take the heat. >> reporter: the heat index this weekend stopped 105 as storm victims struggled to clean up. >> it's steaming hot. we are surviving off the generator. >> reporter: there is some relief in sight. intergy says they expect 90% of
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their customers will have the power on, and more importantly the air conditioning today, by the end of the day. we should point out, the president of the united states will be here this afternoon visiting with some of isaac's victims. sam? >> always important to make the trip down, especially when folks have had a tough time from a storm like this. one of the most -- i think important moments of the storm. ginger zee is live beside us. not just the flooding. we expected that. we expected the winds. but 44 tornadoes from the system as it moved up through america's heartland. that was an incredible number. >> we don't usually see that many. it's all weekend and continues the severe weather threat. you believe we're stil talking about this guy. it's not isaac anymore. not remnants or leftovers. it means a whole lot of rain in a whole lot of places from the carolinas through atlanta, birmingham today. one to two inches. tomorrow, here's where it gets
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interesting. everybody is going back to school and work. you get two to three inches from north of philadelphia to boston. i have to leave you with the severe threat today in the south. atlanta, you're included in there. back to sam and lara. >> unbelievable this much of the country is affected by a tropical system. we'll follow it. we haven't left you without knowing it. we won't leave you in the future. >> thank you, ginger, thank you, sam. we turn to a shocking crash, caught on tape this weekend. a plane catching on fire, slamming into the ground at an iowa air show. it's raising new questions air show safety. clayton sandell has the story. >> reporter: this morning, investigators are sorting through the aftermath of a dramatic crash caught on tape. >> it just crashed. >> reporter: the plane was flying in formation when suddenly, it careens down into this field. a ball of flames.
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it happened at the quad city air show in davenport, iowa. 59-year-old glen smith, who required from a tech firm to pursue his dream of flying vintage planes, was killed. >> we don't see anything at this time. we want to make sure we have it documented, we've collected everything. >> this is what he would have wanted. >> reporter: since 1991, air show accidents in north america have killed 72 piles and performers. for the 12 million spectators that enjoy them every year, they're almost always safe. >> there hasn't been a fatality since 1952. that as because of strict rules in place. >> reporter: aircraft must stay 500 to 1500 feet away from crowds. there are new changes for the very different world of air
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racing. after this p-51 mustang slammed into the crowd last year in nevada. 11 were killed. this spring, the ntsb called for stricter rules for air races and more training for pilots. changes for the race course to better avoid spectators. >> you'll see people flying airplanes right to the edge of the envelope. >> reporter: for many, a thrill worth taking. for "good morning america," clayton sandell, abc news, denver. >> and our thoughts to the pilot and his family. now to growing concerns about shark attacks. authorities are forcing swimmers out of the water at some of the country's most popular beaches. that's why. great whites spotted close to shore. john schriffen is here with the latest. that's scary. >> reporter: all summer,
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scientists have been tracking the movement of sharks off the new england coast. they've been coming closer and closer to shore. these are not just any sharks. they're great whites. one of the most powerful predators in the ocean. as great white sharks like this one swarm the beaches of cape cod, normally packed with swimmers on labor day weekend, officials are ordering everyone out of the water. >> they were definitely very close. we just keep everybody safe and keep' them out of the water. >> reporter: peter took his family on a whale-watching trip. what they found was not a whale. >> my daughter spotted a fin off in the distance. as we got closer, it was clear it was a shark. >> we thought the shark would come up from under the boat. >> reporter: the shark was more concerned with its lunch. the massive predator tore a seal to pieces. the shark is just feet from their boat. >> oh, my god.
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>> reporter: throughout new england, it's been a real-life shark week. dozens of great whites have been spotted across the region's beaches. on the border of massachusetts and rhode island, this 13-footer washed up on shore and quickly drew a crowd. >> that's awesome! >> reporter: -- eager for a look up close at this animal. >> he's zostone dead. but he's got jaws written all over it. >> reporter: this man has been tracking the shark population for four years. he says the shark sightings have spiked because of the exploding seal population over the last few years. and that swimmers should be on the lookout. >> don't swim near the seals. if they appear startled, that's a good ind daicator that a shars in the area. >> reporter: the best way to stay safe is to stay near a life
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guard tower. >> they can see the fin in the distance. let's get a check on the weather today. everybody have a gate time at the beach today. ginger? >> i'm going start with the beach forecast. no, don't go the beach if you're south of this line here. philadelphia, south of the stationa stationary. the weather will be wet. wjla, one of in the affiliates in d.c., too much rain, three to four inches locally. they'll have more in the next couple of days. i want to leave you with a look at one here pocket of severe weather. your local forecast is coming up.
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>> speaking of a threat at the beach, southern california, waves up to ten feet today. another one to think of. it will be nicer there. i don't know anything about sharks. >> you at the beach? a bathing suit?
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good morning it's 7:26 and 75 degrees. >> here's top stories this morning a woman toyed after a fire broke out. >> her neighbor tried to save her but it was too late. she was found in a house in the 23200 block of -- 2200 block of east north avenue she died of
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smoke inhalation and burns. three no word on what start -- there's no word on what started the fire. today a service will remember a navy seal killed in afghanistan. he died last month when his helicopter went down during a fight with insurgents. a viewing will be held at a funeral home from 2 to 4 and from 6 to 8 tomorrow. the funeral service will be at 12:45. it will be wednesday at fort meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery. it's labor day so there's a good chance you have plans. let's go over to meteorologist lynn jet -- lynette charles. >> we have a few showers around cecil county. being see around chesapeake city as of now but all in all, things are dying down. we will see more scattered showers popping you as we -- popping up as we go throughout the day. thunderstorms out there. in annapolis we can see what's going on. lots of clouds and we see a few peeks of brightness out there but all in all the cloud are going to win out and we have the wind out of the east. so it's coming off the water.
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we are dealing with a patchy fog this morning. so be careful for that as you head out and about. and this is what it looks like hour by hour. temperatures coming in right around 82 degrees. and your 7-day forecast dries us it by the end of the week. katie premiers in baltimore right here on abc2 beginning september 10th every day at 4. followed by the news. >> that's at 5 with jamie and kelly and we wyatt and we will send you back to new york but we will have another update in 30 minutes. see you then. ♪ i can't believe it
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help tackle tough dirt and stains. ♪ i won't forget you give us your worst, we'll give it our all. tom cruise facing new allegations about his personal life. just months before he began dating katie holmes, did the church of scientology conduct top secret auditions to find his next wife is this the shocking report from "vanity fair." first, good morning, america. happy labor day to you. do not adjust your sets. do not get concerned. george is off. robin is many mississippi right now with her family after the passing of her beloved mother. and josh is getting a little day off as well. >> a little r pa& r. all of you have been sending support to robin. we're sending her ours and
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prayers as well. we'll get to an abc news exclusive this morning. evan lozada, the estranged wife of chad johnson, formerly known as ocho cinco. she's talking for the first time about a head-butting incident. why she's ending their 41-day marriage. head-butting incident, they may answer that. she's a psychic. she can't turn off the gift. she's made predictions about us. how she's turning skeptics into believers at her kitchen table. she's a long island gal, like myself. you'll never believe this dad's moves. it's "the play of the day." don't show it. don't show it. he's better than any of us
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possibly could be. i'm just saying. first, sam. a shocking new report about tom cruise's romantic life and the role of scientology. the new issue of "vanity fair" alleges a top secret process to find megastar a girlfriend. ly linsey davis is here with the details. >> reporter: a secret wife auditioning process. and talks about the actress that almost landed the role of a lifetime. the opportunity r her to become tom's leading lady was a mission impossible. as tom cruise attempts to move on and heal from his very public divorce from katie holmes, a new bombshell, as alleged secrets from the business" star's paste emerge. a reporter finds claims of a top
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secret pro ssz of finding a girlfriend for tom cruise, headed by the waif of scientology ji chief david miscavage. according to the report, the church was auditioning actresses as a real-life girlfriend for tom cruise. they were allegedly told they were adiscussing for a training film. >> coming on top of his divorce, it's one here thing. nobody wants to be exposed to critical articles like this. true or not, if it's not true, it's frustrating. sit the true, it's onsome of th most personal moments of his life. >> reporter: "vanity fair" claims an iranian born american raised actress was the selected one. and that in a month-long
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preparation was told to lose her braces, her highlights and her boyfriend and even signed confidentiality agreement. the article guys further saying when the pair first met in november 2004, she sensed this was possibly going to be an arranged marriage. they spent the first night together but did not have sex. according to "vanity fair" he told her, i have never felt this way before. his affection became overwhelming, with him reportedly telling her i get more love from an extra than you. the article adds she moved into his home, shared a bedroom and was given a credit card issued in the name of cruise's company, her only source of money. the article says the relationship was over in january 2005. just three months before the star publicly dated kate si holmes because cruise wanted someone with her own power, like nicole kidman. she was then reportedly sent to
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a scientology center where she broke down and revealed her situation to a friend. that violated the confidentiality agreement. as punishment, scrubbing toilets and digging ditches in the middle of the night. the church denies this aisaying the church does not punish people. >> people who are skeptical of tom cruise will say, see, i told you so. the bottom line is i don't think it will make a difference in his movie year. >> reporter: tom cruise's p.r. person released this statement. lies in a different font are still lies designed to sell magazines. we reached out to the church of scientology, it did not respond. katie holmes did not become a scientologist until she started dating cruise. if it's true, it's a lot easier than dating.
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>> auditioning? >> reporter: you might have a point here. >> well, i mean you have to get a team together. they have to scout out. it's easier to go the dinner. >> auditioning, don't call us, we'll call you. >> all right, thank you. well, we might as well start a little bit with what's going on out there in the weather boards. it's not just all the rain in the middle of the country. there's more problems with rain in other parts. >> stormy out west in places like utah. that's where we'll begin. mud slide video. saratoga springs, ugly on the streets there, just full of mud. it will be dryer if parn parts utah today. no pressurable rain since july. some heat advisories. oklahoma city to arkansas. 102, okc today. it will be steamy.
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sam can attest to this along the dpufl with all the rain sitting around. >> this weather report brought to you by macy's. sam and lara. >> all right, thank you, ginger. >> it's your turn. no, it's my turn. coming up, the estranged wife of nfl superstar chad johnson. speaking out about what she says really happened in the head-butting fight. >> that's the line that gets your attention. for the first time, take a lo at, what do we have coming up? i don't know. stay with us. >> [ male announcer ] every day, thousands of people are choosing advil® for their headaches.
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welcome back. it's 41 after. for the first time, reality tv star evelyn lozada is talking publicly about her breakup with chad johnson. she opens up about the infamous head-butting incident. she talked about ending their marriage after just six weeks. she spoke to our amy robach. >> we're getting ready to get married. >> how do you feel about it? >> i am stoked. >> reporter: millions watched as evelyn lozada and chad ocho cinco johnson got ready to get married. she, the star of "basketball wives." and he, the larger than life football player. they danced into our homes on "dancing with the stars." it seemed th eed the sky was th
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for these two. the fairy tale crashed down the an instant. >> he grabbed me right here and head-butted me. all i felt was, like, row know, blood coming down my face. >> reporter: it ended with evelyn getting six stitches in her forehead and chad getting arrested. >> you have been charged with battery, domestic violence. >> reporter: and now a divorce filing after 41 days. it began when she found a receipt in chad's car for condoms. >> it was three weeks after my wedding. >> reporter: she says hen she confronted him, he denied being unfaithful. he said he bought them for a friend. >> i knew he was lying. i said i'm not sticking by you with this. i don't care if my marriage is the laughing stock of the the world. and then the next thing i know, he head-butted me. >> reporter: chad johnson decline our request for an interview about what he says happened that night. in a statement to police, he
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claimed she head-butted him. even though she appeared to be the victim with six stitches, many didn't believe her story. here's why. so when word of the head-butting got out, the internet lit up in a fire storm of controversy. comments likes she deserved it, she's a bully. do you understand why people have said the things they is said? >> i understand it. but i also think that it's like saying, well, looks at that woman, look what she had on. that's why she got raped. you know, i just feel like -- i feel it's a little unfair. whatever the perception of me is on "basketball wives," that doesn't justify what happened that day. >> reporter: the show about to start its fifth season has long been controversial because of what many say is excessive
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violence. there's a petition with 30,000 signatures asking viacom to take the show off the air. and chad was fired from the dolphins the day after the int dent. he's remained largely silent after the incident. tweeting ining only this a few ago. i've made my bed. i have to sleep in it. he said, i wish evelyn nothing but the best. i love her very much. how does that feel to hear that? >> sad. it's the hardest thing. in the world. to walk away from someone that you really love. and you have to walk away because i have to protect myself. >> reporter: for "good morning america," amy robach, abc news, new york. >> clearly it's painful to both sides. and reality tv often makes it look like there's though
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and good morning. 7:56 and here's top stories on this labor day. >> this morning police are investigating another murder this one happened at tee bee's place. >> a security guard was trying to break up a fight when he was stabbed a number of times with his family and friends gathered during the weekend remembering him. in july baltimore county police reported another homicide in the parking lot of tee bee's. a baltimore police are investigating this morning a deadly shooting that happened at house party on the alameda. a 22-year-old larelle amos was
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shot while in the front yard of the 4400 block of alameda. she was rushed to the hospital and we are told she didn't make it. police right now don't believe that amos was the target. time for a check of the forecast with lynette. >> all right. guys, happy labor day and we are looking at a few showers now still lingering around elkton and also we are dealing with now showers popping up around baltimore and also dc. light in nature. more scattered showers and thunderstorms popping up this afternoon. so be aware of that. and as you head out and about, for some grilling parties for today, let's go outside and mount airy lots of cloud cover and we will get the eastern flow so the cloud really going to win out as we go through time. 73 is the temperature right now. and this is what it looks like hour by hour for today. 82 degrees and storms this afternoon and the 7-day forecast brings drier conditions in here by friday. back to you. >> it's 7:57. we want to remind you katie couric's new show is september
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[ cheers and applause ] great crowd outside on this labor day. and we do wish you a good morning, america. the rain -- holding off for right now. we're so happy to hear that. george is off. josh, also, not laboring on this labor day. robin in mississippi right now with her family after the passing of her beloved mom on friday. boy, we miss you, robin. >> we are team robin. all of us here at "gma." so many of you are sharing love and prayers for her through us. yo have asked how do you get in
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touch with her? how do you show support? all of that is on our website, twitter is alive with the bracelet. coming up today, it is possibly the most emotional "show me the money" we have ever done. we're going to robin's home state of mississippi to place that is changing lives of boys and girls in need. now they'll get the ultimate surprise. elisabeth leamy on the case once again. >> i love it when a big network show does good stuff for a community. and you'll meet the psychic who says, i can't turn it off. i cannot turn it off. >> i can relate. >> she's been talking to spirits for more than a decade. they talk back to her, too. wait until you hear what she reveals to those people. >> i'm hearing from the control
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room she made our producer cry and i can't confirm whether it was in a good way or bad way. we'll find out. i'm hearing i think it is good news. you have good news for us, too? the bad news. the big story from pakistan. a brazen attack targeting americans in that country. a suicide attacker drove a vehicle into an suv that belonged to the u.s. consulate in peshawar. two people were killed. 19 others were injured, including two americans. it's a hot bed for taliban and al qaeda militants. thousands of people in louisiana are bracing for the possibility of new evacuations today. the pearl river is expected to crest about five feet above flood stage. that's tonight. in the meantime, some 200,000 homes and businesses do not have power. the president will see the damage later today. the democratic convention
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does not kick off until tomorrow. two california delegates are in trouble. the men got so allegedly drunk police had to be called to a charlotte hotel. one delegate was dismissed from the convention. after being belligerent and claiming to be a congressman. an earthquake hit beverly hill this is morning. southern california has been struck by more than 100 quakes in the last week or so. zblmplg also in that part of the state, a wildfire in the angeles national forest forced the evacuation of thousands of residents and camper this is weekend. the smoke very thick can be seen all the way to los angeles on the coast to the desert inland. snnlts and the u.s. open referee, remember her, charged are murdering her husband with a coffee mug, she's been released on bail. 70-year-old lois goodman spent nearly two weeks in a california jail before posting $500 thoux
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in bail last night. she pleaded not guilty saying her arthritis and other ailments made it impossible for her to kill her husband. this hiker wz stranded for two nights and three days in a tunnel after he broke his leg. no one heard his cries for help. he found a piece of wood, put it on his leg, crawled out to the highway. a man passing by saw him and crawled the police. he's expected to make a full recovery. and britain's prince andrew rappelled down the side of europe's tallest building. >> why? >> it took him half an hour to make his way down the side of the shard. the name of the building. all to raise money for charity. he said it was hugely satisfying and he also said he'll never do
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it again. >> can you blame him? >> not at all. fully clothed. it probably won't make a lot of headlines. >> no pixillation need. >> we'll get more later but you have to see more of this dancing dad. the 48-year-old financial planner investor guy. >> he came dressed up in a suit and tie. and then busts a move. >> busts a lot of moves. >> can really pop and lock. >> surprised everybody. >> did you say pop and lock? >> is that so kid and play of me? >> may i do "pop news" now? the bells, bells handy. >> i'll make the ding noise. >> we begin. time for "pop news" what is the skinny on "dancing with the stars," the all-star season. kirstie alley looking so good. sultry and sexy after got to be one of her first rehearsals in
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hollywood over the week end. she looks fantastic. she tweeted i feel like my first day of school, ugh, butterflies and nausea. she might be nervous but looking great. and her partner, maks, tweeted, so happy i got my friend back. kirstie was amazing, let the games begin. they sound confident. the games begin three weeks from tonight. when the new season starts. >> when is that? when is hat? >> three weeks from tonight. >> on what? >> on abc. thank you. >> no problem. so it seemed to be over before it really began for katy perry and john mayer. or was it? the superstars were spotted out against over the weekend. a shot of the two posted for instagram at one katherine hudson, katy's birth name.
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looks like they're together again. fans in the crowd got a glimpse of them. jennifer took this picture and tweeted it with the caption, you said john mayer and katy perry were not together! lie! >> it goes back and forth. >> it could again. so be flexible, jennifer. the duchess of cambridge may have one of the world's most recognizable faces. apparently not in water sports stores in her own town. she was shopping for a wet suit. >> she could be on a rescue at any moment. >> she was at a shop called fun support. she reportedly forgot her money and asked to put the items that she bought on hold until she could pay for them. the shop cooper didn't recognize her and asked her for her name and to sign something. when she replied her name was mrs. cambridge, he said, that
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was an interesting name. still no connection. true story. u.s. on fans may have noticed one colorful party rocker in their midst. now we know way. lmfao's redfoo is such a tennis fan. he wants players to feel sexy and no it. give me a ding. >> ding. >> he's laumping his own line of tennis gear. in traditional whites for this guy. look for leopard pript and neon. >> ding, ding. >> those are not dings. last night on the tennis channel, he told them shuffling was actually borne from slip-stepping his whole life on the tennis court. >> you should see lara on the tennis court. she's something. >> impressive. >> and that, everyone, is "pop news" and no ding needed, sam. >> ding. >> thanks, ron.
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our ginger zee is out with the crowd. audience, we're coming out. >> they're waiting for you. i have to tell you, i don't know if i could do weather with all the dings. great job, lara. i want to say good morning to an area close to memphis. big smiles. what is your name and why are ? >> emily and it's my senior trip. >> she's enjoying it. she's going to leave before the heavy rain gets in here. let's look at the severe weather that happened over the weekend. 44 tornadoes reported associated with isaac. that's one of them, corning, arkansas. preliminary rating, ef-2. that severe weather slips to the south and the east. columbia, atlanta. northern alabama and mississippi. the rain sticking around for the mid-atlantic today moves here tomorrow. across the country, west to east, two pockets of severe weather. one close to chicago.
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>> so, emily, say happy anniversary from your daughter, all the way down here. mom's name is? >> donna kennedy. >> let's go back to lara. can't wait for you to get out here. >> we're on our way. first, what's coming up on our "gma" morning men yu -- it
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welcome back. [ cheers and applause ] let's go, crowd. time, once again, that was good. i don't need to call you out on it. you did a great job. time for our series, it's incredibly popular with you folks at home, it's called "show me the money." why wouldn't it be. our friend elisabeth lieamy traveled to mississippi. good morning. >> this one got me right here. let me tell you. because we're going take you inside a boys and girls home that truly changes lives. ♪ this is hope in action. ♪ ♪ this little light of mine i'm gonna let it shine ♪
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>> reporter: palmer home for children is where children come to live when their parents can't care for them. it's a place where every child has a chance. ♪ let it shine and soon, we'll give them a chance to cheer. >> if there was a place to take those children that needed stability, good parenting, needed a home. what would it look like? where would it be? it exists right here. >> reporter: some come po taumer home as babies. what do you like about living here? >> playing outside. >> reporter: others, as teens. >> they give you the room to grow and they're like, grow. and so i did. >> reporter: many stay their entire childhoods. >> it's like a giant family. >> reporter: the children live as families in cot tajs overseen by house parents.
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demaris and tito are hour parents to eight children from 8-year-old to 15-year-olds. >> we hang out, we eat dinner. >> reporter: they do everything any parents would do. >> they're not our biological children. we love them as if they were our own. >> reporter: up to 90 children can live her in six cottages. >> no one else on the face of the earth will understand the trials and triumphs as the other house parents. >> reporter: you're all in-laws? palmer house handles everything the children need. does it all with private donations. it's a leap of faith. >> we don't know where that money will come from. it's a stretch. >> we absolutely could use a big gift right now. >> reporter: we're about to help. robert and millie new and loved
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the palmer home. they had no children of their own, when they died, they left money to keep the home alive for future generations. that money got lost. and ended up in mississippi's unclaimed property program. >> it touches my heart. every time i have the opportunity to give some dollars back, it's a blessing. >> reporter: more than 100 people gather in mississippi's sweltering heat to find out how much lost money has been found. i'm elisabeth leamy with "good morning america." we're ready to show you some money. to do that, i want to introduce mississippi state treasurer lynne fitch. >> this is an exciting time to be with y'all. i get to show you the money. i have a chaek for the palmer home and for the mississippi sheriff's boys and girls ranch in the amount of $108,997.15. [ cheers and applause ] yea!
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whoo-hoo. >> very, very grateful. so many things we can do with this. we certainly preerpt it. >> thank you. ♪ let it shine let it shine let it shine ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> all right. and if more than $100,000 wasn't enough, wait, there's more. the vicksburg humane society and the animal rescue league also got unclaimed money from the same estate. you can see those check presentations on our website. >> you do not play around with the six-figure give aways. i know at home, you have said, i'm going to check to see if there is unclaimed money for me. do it today on our website. oh, lara spencer. >> great job, eli. love that story. we move to one of the hottest new stars of reality tv.
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theresa caputo. she's the star of tlc's series, "long island medium." she says she has a connection to the skrafr life and cannot turn it off. linsey davis has a chance to see her in action. >> i like to think of myself as a typical long island mom. >> reporter: theresa and typical don't belong in the same sentence. it's not her hair or nails that make her different. it's her ability. >> excuse me, my name is theresa. i'm a medium. >> reporter: she speaks to dead people. >> her soul is with you. because she says you don't feel her. >> i never feel my mom. i always say that. >> reporter: there is no turning off her gift. sitting at her kitchen table, our interview is repeatedly
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interrupted. >> i just got the goose bumps. that was the soul of his father that you felt validating his presence. >> reporter: she has a waiting list of more than two years. perhaps spontaneous readings with our producer explain why. >> were you close to your grandmother? >> yes. >> reporter: whether the spirits were moving or not, ashton was moved. no longer able to write it all off as coincidence. this is a talent or ability you say you have had sips you were 4? >> this is an ability. i was born this way. it's a gift from d. there's no other explanation. is someone rose? >> reporter: she says she's bombarded with spirits from the other side trying to contact her to pass along messages. she was able to channel her instincts toward me. >> shn like emelia, ethel. >> ethel.
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my grandmother. >> you got -- did you get engaged after your grandmother passed. it's her way of acknowledging she nose about the engagement. >> reporter: this is how she makes believers. >> who is the young male that passed? your son? >> reporter: she's surrounded by people. >> she said mommy i wasn't afraid to die. i want to thank you for that. was your son sick? he said, i don't look sick. that's how my family made me feel. i never felt that i was sick. >> reporter: after several more revelations about her son, it was time to get a reality check. how right on was she, would you say? >> very, very. >> reporter: would you be skeptical about talking to a medium in general? >> no, it scares me, but i'm not
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skeptical about it. >> reporter: nor are the millions of people who tune in to watch this woman conduct seances on the sidesidewalk. >> it is them. they are okay. >> we have to say, we're thinking we believe. the long island medium will join us live on "good afternoon america" this thursday. the new season begins on tlc on sunday, september 9th. you'll have to give me information for you. you may have thought you can't take a vacation this year. you may have put it off until last second. big deals and steals for just "gma" viewers. great getaways with travel and lifestyle editor genevieve shaw brown. this is the shoulder season? what does that mean and why it works for us who have waited? >> you may have thought the most wonderful time of the year is the december holidays? it's right now. cheaper air fare, fewer crowds.
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this is the best time to get away. >> so i want to hear, can we start -- what's the first one you have? you have a destination for art lovers? >> so, santa fe, new mexico, a great destination for art lovers. the la posada desanta fe offering a great deal. within walking distance of 200 art galleries. an on-site curator. >> if that's not the place you want to be, maybe you're a beach person, like me? some deals on the turks and caicos. it's very expensivexpensive. >> this is on one of the world's best beaches. 50% off room rates. free water sports. free kid's club. a big savings. the smallest accommodation is
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good monday morning and happy labor dame here are top -- lay. -- day. here are top stories. we are talk about the grand prix in baltimore. >> three days of racing could be a few days more. how we did relative to attendance. this year's race when it was ryan hunter ray is the indy car series victory. and the win keeps him alive for hopes of an upcoming series championship. >> moving day. this must be tough. a 400 pound sea turtle is on the move. national aquarium in baltimore is going her from her tank and they will be removing zebra sharks from the wings in the water exhibit to renovate it. >> let's check in with hippette.
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>> hi -- with lynette. >> hi. we are looking at maryland most powerful radar. a few more showers popping up and scattered in nature. another round of rain pushing towards elkton and chesapeake city. that's the scenario all morning long along i-95 dealing with wet whether. and we slide further off towards the south and west. and while we are seeing a few showers now popping up around westminster reisterstown and this is what it hook like in manchester this morning. plenty of foggy conditions. temperatures coming in right around 70 degrees and the hour by hour forecast looks like this for today. temperatures by lunchtime close to 80. 82 is the high with showers and storms and by friday we begin to dry things out. over to you. >> and calletie curic anew show begins september 10th on abc2 beginning at 2. catch her monday through friday and hang around for the news afterwards. >> we are out of time. now back to good morning america but we will have another update in 30 minutes so we will see you then.
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[ cheers and applause ] good morning, america. what a -- thank you, guys. bigger, bigger, bolder! go, go, you're in times square. a great crowd this morning. ginger zee is here. ron claiborne is in this morning. george and josh are taking the holiday off. we're hoping you're enjoying the time. robin is with her family after her mother passed away. she's in mississippi with her family. our thoughts and prayers are with her right now. >> we're all on team robin here. so many of you, and we thank you, have been asking about her. go the for the latest on how she's
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doing. last week, a big concert in central park. i mess i had it. ginger missed it. >> it was a wonderful celebration. boy, they are back. >> you may not have heard them sing one of their biggest hits of all. you will today. >> we like to call it a bo-fer. >> it was a bo-fer. >> a twofer. also coming up, he's sold 28 million books. mitch albom is here talking about his latest book. about making every minute, this is so important, es spepecially right now, making every minute of your life count. >> it's on your mind. >> a beautiful story. do you kids complain about getting the same old stuffing like maybe peanut butter and
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jelly stand witches. wh sandwiches. when i was a kid, lara -- >> oh, here we go. >> we have alternatives that are ready to make the grade. and then in a couple of hours, we'll have fabulous day on "good afternoon america," vanilla ice, ice, ice, baby, and actor chris kline are with us. and niecy nash and d.l. hughley going "toe to toe." today. how about a vacation? >> why not? >> this next story is about vacation vandals gone wild. you can prepare for a lot of things. what about animal antics? a new show -- yes, animal ant s antics. a new show by nat geo.
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they're cute. they're cuddly. physical they ruin your vacation. from charging goats. >> i need help. >> reporter: to wayward baboons. these people learned firsthand what it means to be punked by wild animals. it's all caught on tape. meet babby and brandon. they set off for a romantic get away to cuba. their trip takes a surprising turn when they pay a visit to a bottle nose dolphin habitat. >> the trainer told me i could lean in me he said it will come up and kiss you on the cheek. >> reporter: she gets more than she bargained for. as flipper decides he wants more than just a smooch. >> just started going to town on her. >> reporter: for ronald and carmelita, it's south africa. >> we're driving to go back to cape town. we saw a group of baboons on the
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road. this is so cool. >> reporter: their fun turns to fear. [ screaming ] >> reporter: when one of the larger b er baboons opens the d the their car and jumps inside. the couple jumps to safety, hopping in the car behind them, until a nearby guard chases the group away. >> i was this the car with the biggest baboon ever. >> reporter: and this sea lion puts a wrinkle in eric's fishing trip. >> he's going to tip me. hey, get off my kayak! >> reporter: attempting to steal his catch. even biting him along the way. >> don't bite me. >> reporter: leaping back and forth over his kayak until it gets the goods. >> i'm glad i have my video. no one would believe this. >> i feel like we should have apologized and said there were mature theems in that. i didn't know.
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let's go ginger zee, certainly, the most glamorous and talented member of the extreme team. >> give me a handoff here. nowky take weather. i want to say good morning to some girls. is this your first time in new york city? they said, oh, no, we've been here before. what are are your names? >> taylor. >> ashley. >> they're going to help me get started. look at the skyline. you can't see it raining so hard in philadelphia. it's gng to be rain, rain, and more rain for parts of the northeast. locally, two-plus inches. parts of georgia that need it will get some rain. that's a look across the nation on this labor day.
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[ cheers and applause ] welcome back, everybody. mitch albom's books have shoeld 30 million copies worldwide, including the runaway best seller "tuesdays with mx orrie." he's joining us today to talk about his new book, about the passage of time, called "the timekeeper." tell us about the prop. >> only man counts time. and only man worries about time running out. that ended up being the backdrop for this magical novel. >> i loved reading about how you became inspired to write "the timecooper." will you share that with us? >> as you get orlando, you think about how am i spending my time. past time, lose time, kill time, waste time. there's a million expressions. we never think about how we're
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living. i created the story about the man who invenned one of these thengs. he fetes punished and has to live for intern toy see the reaction of everything he created. he becomes father time. he comes back in our time, when all this is going on, and he has to influence two people on earth and teach them the true meaning of time. one a teenage girl, the other, a rich old man. if he can do that, he's freed from his punishment. >> was have an event that happened to you that you said, wow, maybe i am running out of time? >> when you're a kid, you look forward to your birthdays. when you're an adult, you start dreading them. my parents have gotten orlando. if you read "tuesdays with morrie" and "the five people you meet in heaven" there's a lot of team talking about how they're spending their time. there's a part of the book, he
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says, listen, there's a reason that the heavens limit your days. what could be the reason? to make each one of them precious. if we had all the time in the world, we could do anything we wanted. it's making the choices of how you have to live your life that makes you decide. >> your book teaches that le lesson, so does robin roberts. she's shown us to be in the moment. that's the essence of your book. it was deeply touching. as is your work in haiti. i want to get to that. it's incredible what you have done. >> i operate an orphanage down there. time moves at a whole different level. >> do the days feel lslower? >> totally. you're teaching the children, eegt, getting through the day and surviving.
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that taught me a great lesson. i wrote a lot of it going back and forth. you don't have to live with this constantly looking at your watch. what is the point of exercising and living longer if you're not doing it with quality. it's how you choose to spend your time here. >> the work you have done, you have changed a lot of lives. >> no more than a lot of other people have down there. it's a dire place. i'm blessed to be able to participate a little bit down there. >> you're too humble. we thank you so much. love seeing you. love this topic. everybody, please check out "the timecoop timekeeper." you can read an except on our website. great to have you here, mitch. coming up, stale with us,
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♪ up in the morning and off to school ♪ the new school year is here. i can't believe it. we want you and your kids starting off on the right track. gail simmons is rear now to show us how to break out of that lunchbox and get into some healthy, fun, friendly treats that kids will think are super >> we're doing something new. kids can play with, have fun with. it's healthy. i'm making really easy slow cooker meat balls. make it, put it in the pressure cooker, let it go.
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it's using fresh ingredients. a can of crushed tomatoes. a little bit of garlic. some chili flake is if you want for spice. tomato paste. and some fresh basil. beautiful, fresh basil. a drizzle of good quality, extra virgin olive oil. >> what can i do for the meat? >> let this go for three hours. i have ground chuck. you can use ground chicken, turkey. if you don't want to use beef. i have a little bit of garlic. you want to put that in? >> sure. >> some salt, pepper, breadcrumbs, parmesan cheese and an egg to bind it. you're going to mix it up. you get the picture.
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you make really shall balls pip like them small. it's easier for kids. mix them up, the small balls, put them into that done sauce and let them cook. one hour, done. >> three hours altogether? >> right. you can use lettuce cups, make a classic hero. you can use it alone with sauce. >> for dinner with mom and dad as well. >> dinner, lunch. beautiful sandwiches. >> i love the idea of giving them veggies they might actually eat. >> we want them to eat the veggies. i don't want to use packaged sauces and dips. i want to make my own. it's buttermilk, yogurt, salt, person, hot sauce. dig in, fresh, crunchy. pack it up in the beautiful
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boxes. they're fun for the kids. >> can i double dip, please? >> sure. a little bit of heat. >> if they eat the veggies, they get dessert. >> you get our outrageous pretty dell bars. they're crunchy, salty, chocolaty. they're made with condensed milk. they're rich and delicious. no way the kid's bringing this one home. >> how do we make these? >> they're simple. mixing in condensed milk, brown sugar, flour, salt. forget the lunchbox drinking boxes. there's a lot of sugar. make a healthier drink. this is a smoothie. bananas, raspberries. tons of energy, fiber.
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how beautiful is hat? >> i love it. >> drink this for breakfast and lunch. >> i want this one. we're going to have the recipes on our website. thank you, gail. go to on yahoo!. get all the information. we love having you. will you come back? we love having you. will you come back? >> always.(bell rings) hi. yes? you know those delicious granola bunches in honey bunches of oats? i love those. we've added more to every box. really? wow! honey bunches of oats. make your day bunches better.
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great crowd here in times square. we want to give you a quick preview of tomorrow's "good morning america." who will kelly ripa's new cohost be? she'll be with us live. and in case you missed it friday, the backstreet boys with a song you don't want to miss. >> thank you for coming. we're the backstreet boys. ♪ backstreet's back all right ♪ in the house we're back again everybody sing ♪
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[ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, backstreet's back. >> thank you, new york! >> thank you, everybody. >> thank you "good morning america." >> right. and good morning to you. 8:56. here's top stories. a woman died after a fire broke out at her home in baltimore.
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>> yeah. her neighbor tried to save her but he couldn't get there in time. the woman was found inside the house in the 2200 block of east north avenue. she is 88 years old and it appears she died of smoke inhalation and burns. there's no word on what started the fire. today, a memorial service will be held honoring a navy seal killed in action in afghanistan. he died last month when his helicopter wept down during a fight win surgents. a viewing will be held at funeral home from 2 to 4 and then from 6 until 8 tomorrow the funeral service will then be at 12:45 wednesday fort meyer memorial chapel next to arlington national cemetery. he will be buried there. let's talk about what's going on on maryland's most powerful radar. we are feeling a few scattered showers still moving in across the area around elkton northeast getting in on that and rising sun along i-95 kealing with -- dealing with wet weather and a shower around carroll county as well.
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and scattered showers will continue as we head through the rest of today. a look at ellicott city chalked full of cloud and visibility issues. temperatures right now at 74 degrees. and as we walk you through the day, temperatures coming in at 82 by the afternoon and that's the high temperature and we could see temperatures still staying in the upper 70s but we will dry out nicely by friday. over to you. >> all right. before we go, we want to remind you katie curric anew show is at 4 on september 10th every day and our news follows at 5 and 6 with jammy and kelly. >> we are out of time on this monday -- september 3r. it's not august anymore. >> no. >> we are out of time. have great labor day and we will see you tomorrow morning starting at 4:30. okay, what'ya havin?
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